Stacking the Shelves (481)

We have company this weekend, which is definitely a YAY! It’s the first time since the “before times” we’ve had someone come to stay for the weekend.

The book in here that I’m most looking forward to is The Jade Setter of Janloon. I wasn’t ready to let go of that world when I finished Jade Legacy, and honestly I’m still not. My curiosity bump itches something fierce over the Ann Aguirre books, so I’ll be reviewing one this coming week.

For Review:
Age of Ash (Kithamar Trilogy #1) by Daniel Abraham (audio)
The Book of Gothel by Mary McMyne
The Bridesmaids Union by Jonathan Vatner
The Bruising of Qilwa by Naseem Jamnia
By Her Own Design by Piper Huguley
Flirting with Fifty by Jane Porter
The Jade Setter of Janloon (Green Bone Saga #0.5) by Fonda Lee
January Fifteenth by Rachel Swirsky
Our Last Days in Barcelona by Chanel Cleeton
Sugar and Salt by Susan Wiggs
Ten Rules for Marrying a Duke by Michelle McLean
Weather Girl by Rachel Lynn Solomon
The Wedding Dress Sewing Circle by Jennifer Ryan

Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
Love Code (Galactic Love #2) by Ann Aguirre
Strange Love (Galactic Love #1) by Ann Aguirre

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12 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (481)

  1. Definitely Yay for having company to stay. A sign that things are returning to normal maybe. I have my family staying for the weekend too which is lovely.
    Very jealous that you have Age of Ash for review. I can’t wait to read that one.

    1. I was surprised but happy to get Age of Ash as an audio. I’m discovering that epic fantasy works really well for me in audio – although I’m always surprised when I look at the book after and learn that NONE of the names are spelled like they sound!
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  2. Even tho I *just* complained about my TBR pile, I pre-ordered the Swirsky book as soon as I saw it here. I’ve read some of her shorts in the past and enjoyed them (A Memory of Wind has stayed in my mind for years), so I’m interested in seeing what she does with a longer format.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

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